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New & Forthcoming Titles | Rights-based Direct Practice with Children

Rights-based Direct Practice with Children

Rights-based Direct Practice with Children

Series Ed.: Child Rights and You (CRY)

ISSN: 2520-1751

About the Series

This series provides comprehensive source material for teachers, trainers, facilitators and field workers in direct practice with children. It draws linkages among the foundation of life skills of self; psychosocial, sociological and critical theories of child development, childhood and family; the ideology of child rights; the methodology of direct practice with children comprising approaches, methods and skills, drawing from the professions of social work and counselling; and the preventative framework of service delivery systems for children, based on the public health care prevention model. 

Each module of the sourcebooks comprises appropriate concepts and theories for developing users' understanding of specific topics, and recommends a range of relevant activities that they can adapt to facilitate participatory learning of different target groups in different contexts. Most of these activities have been piloted in the field by select development support staff of Child Rights and You and their project partners.

This series makes a unique contribution as training and reference sourcebook for professionals and practitioners of child rights across the world, and especially in developing countries.

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